is the first live video recorded by Dive! Dive! Live! heavy metal singer Bruce Dickinson. It was filmed at the Town & Country Club in Los Angeles, California, on 14 August 1990, while finishing the Tattooed Millionaire US tour leg. The video was produced by Paul Flattery and directed by Jim Yukich—who also worked on Iron Maiden's —and the backing band was the same as on "Tattooed Millionaire", save drummer Dickie Fliszar, who replaced Fabio del Rio to perform during the tour. The set-list consisted practically of all the songs from the Live After Death Tattooed Millionaire sessions, except for "Darkness Be My Friend" from " All The Young Dudes" single. It included " Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" and some cover versions played throughout the tour, like Deep Purple's " Black Night", AC/DC's " Sin City". "Riding with the Angels" is a song composed while Dickinson still played with Samson. [1 ]
On an interview in the Anthology DVD release, Bruce revealed that he was not happy with the production of Dive! Dive! Live!
A camera-rig rail needed to be laid half-way through the crowd in order to film the performance on stage. Dickinson was also displeased by a lack of a warm-up act and that the crowd was not allowed to be served beer. Bruce was so displeased with the end-product that he tossed the film in a ditch after the show though it was salvaged and undamaged. [2 ]
Track listing [ edit ]
All songs written by
Bruce Dickinson and Janick Gers, except where noted.
"Riding with the Angels" (
Russ Ballard) "
Born in '58" "Lickin' the Gun"
Dive! Dive! Dive!" "Zulu Lulu/Ballad of Mutt"
"Son of a Gun"
"Hell on Wheels"
All the Young Dudes" ( David Bowie) "
Tattooed Millionaire" "No Lies"
"Fog on the Tyne/Winds of Change"
"Sin City" (
Bon Scott, Angus Young, Malcolm Young) "
Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" (Dickinson) "
Black Night" ( Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, Ian Paice)
Personnel [ edit ]
Production [ edit ]
Jim Yukich - director
Paul Flattery - producer
Doug Hall - live sound
Chris Tsangarides - mixing
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]